About Asandile Zothe
Asandile Zothe has a BSc Hon Degree in Quantity Surveying, B-tech in Quantity Surveying and in Construction Management coupled with five years’ experience in the construction industry. He has passion for the built environment, it gives him great pleasure and satisfaction witnessing projects production and life cycles knowing he has contributed in it. He is also interested in education and professionalism related to the industry and he is therefore keen to further my studies while gaining technical and professional skills/experience. He is working towards professional registration with both the South African Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession and the South African Council for Project and Construction Management Profession. He is also currently enrolled with the University of Johannesburg, studying towards MSc in QS.His study is focusing on LCC and 3DCP in human settlements under the Supervision of Dr Jeffery Mahachi and Mr Khululekani Ntakana.
Education: BSc Hons QS (Wits)| B-Tech QS and CM (NMU)| ND: Building (WSU) Projects: SARS Warehouse (Coega. PE) | DRDAR Offices (Aliwal North) | Department of Education Offices (Queenstown)| More than four Schools. Clients: DBSA|SARS|COEGA|DBE|DRPW|IMVULA TRUST| Regional Municipalities (EC)
He has worked a quantity surveying and project management office, construction company and the department of public works respectively performing the following : Attending project initiation meetings/briefings ; procurement documentation (tender/contract document) ; project preliminary/elementary estimates ; Bills of Quantities ; Tenders’ valuation and reports ; Progress valuation and payment certificates ; Cost reports ; Variation Orders ; Value engineering through remeasurements and sourcing of alternative construction materials and methods ; Attending and running site progress and technical meetings Final Accounts and Close out reports. He has also worked as a lecturer assistant at University of Johannesburg (2020), University of the Witwatersrand (2019) and Walter Sisulu University of Technology (2014). He is familiar with the following standard, statutory and contract documents. • Standard System of Measuring Building Work (6th Edition 1999) (ASAQS) • Guide to Elemental Estimating (2016) • The JBCC Series 2000 • FIDIC Red Book • ISO 15686 – 5 (2017) defined Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) • OHS Act (Act 85 of 1993) • PPPF Act (Act 5 of 2000) • NEMA (Act 107 of 1998) • CIDB Standard for Uniformity in Construction Procurement